May 2015, Vol 242, No. 5

Features

Midstream: Changing Routes, Emphasis for Energy Renaissance

As global oil prices were still falling and various parts of the U.S. oil/natural gas space were reassessing plans for 2015, the American Petroleum Institute (API) was reorganizing to better service one of the industry’s growth sectors – midstream. API said it was going to provide more attention to “pipelines and processing facilities” that connect oil and gas production with markets. The key is infrastructure, according to the globally recognized Washington, DC-based trade and standards-setting group. API’s new department focusing on the midstream was a natural progression, following the lead of regulators, executives and environmentalists who are more than

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